Patent & IP news for February 21, 2010

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post image The Sale of Polaroid's Collection: The End of a Photography Era from

The art market is one of those esoteric worlds that I can only appreciate from afar, if at all. It takes on a particular curiosity when intertwined with bankruptcy and court-ordered sales of multiple works ...

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post image Patents and Innovation: Part II from

This article pointed out to the SpicyIP team, led to what and I jokingly referred to in one of our conversations as the "blogger wars".

While Swaraj's post deals with the economics of the ...

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"Plagiarism has become a major problem in academia" from

A story in dnaindia starts with a statement: a US-based business school, The Smeal College of Business at Penn State University found out 18 cases of plagiarism by applicants, of which 10 were Indian. and ...

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GIPC pushes for strong IPEC from

Rick Merritt of EE Times reports that David Hirschmann of the Global IP Center, a branch of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, is pushing a beefing up of IPEC, headed by Victoria Espinel:

"In ...

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Re-cycling at CBS from

Steve Hartman presented his three "Everyone in the WORLD has a Story." stories (selected on the space shuttle), previously presented on the Couric evening news, on CBS Sunday Morning, on February 21, 2010. [The story ...

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NY Times Article – Turning Patents Into “Invention Capital”. from

An interesting article today at the New York Times, detailing an interview with Nathan Myhrvold at Intellectual Ventures. Intellectual Ventures is a self-proclaimed “invention company” located in Bellevue, Washington. Nathan Myhrvold, an ex-Microsoft executive, founded ...

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The Bloom Box featured by Lesley Stahl on "60 Minutes" on Feb. 21 from

from CBS News prior to the presentation of the "60 Minutes" story on 21 Feb. 2010:

Stahl is the first journalist to be allowed into the Bloom Energy lab and factory where currently one box ...

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"Rising sea level" paper retracted from Nature Geoscience from

In a development rivaling the significance of ClimateGate, a paper titled "Constraints on future sea-level rise from past sea-level change" has been retracted by the journal Nature Geoscience.

The authors noted:

"Since publication of our ...

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Deciding Bilski on Patentable Subject Matter is Just Plain Wrong from

Unfortunately, those who oppose software patents frequently, if not always, want to turn the patentability requirements as they apply to software and business methods into a single step inquiry. They want it all to ride ...

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Dominos uses "puffery" against Papa Johns from

CBS on "The Amazing Race" on 21 Feb 2010 had an ad by Dominos which had the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in the background and noted that Papa John's was confronted on its ...

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